Scotland’s two major international airports, in Edinburgh and Glasgow, are both approximately one hour away by road.

Edinburgh Airport, Scotland’s busiest, carries more than 12 million passengers per year, with 32 airlines flying to 122 destinations.

Direct long haul routes connect Edinburgh with New York, Toronto, Chicago, Philadelphia, Istanbul, the Middle East and further afield.

Glasgow Airport handles about 9.4 million passengers per year, and serves about 120 destinations globally.

Perth Airport is a general aviation airport located at Scone, a village 3 miles outside Perth city centre. The airport used by private and business aircraft, and for pilot training. The airfield is also home to the Scottish Aero Club, Scotland’s largest flying club, and Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance – strategically located here to be able to reach 90% of Scotland’s population within 25 minutes.